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The learn pronounced during this paper is an ongoing attempt. We mentioned a initial research of the knowledge within the paper. the present experiments assorted the themes to c- duct on-line workforce studying actions by means of the communique media akin to e mail and threaded dialogue. even supposing, shall we have simply realized the influence of cellular units in studying if we divided the themes to exploit varied reminiscent of p- sonal pcs, own electronic assistant, or cellphones, we think our findings will nonetheless be capable to supply helpful insights at the problems that the cellular newcomers will face in fixing difficulties as a gaggle. Our research consequence also will supply ba- line info on even if the features of the profitable or failed on-line teams are appropriate to the cellular beginners. for instance, we think the SMS can be a greater medium to beat the key challenge of speedy verbal exchange or the quick propagation of the knowledge because the cellphones have integrated mechanism to remind the clients of the incoming new messages and in addition the cell phone clients are anticipated to be interrupted for the incoming messages. in spite of the fact that, we'd like additional research of alternative difficulties, which prevent the optimal on-line staff paintings. for instance, ‘accuracy of the transferred details’ was once pointed out as one of many pr- lems of utilizing emails because the verbal exchange medium. own electronic Assistant (PDA) or SMS are extra apt to convey shorter messages than the common emails.

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On the other hand, in DLs it is very difficult to assert a constraint on the known part of the world [4]. 2 Data Manipulation Instance creation is unconstrained in DL. Instances may be created without being attached to a concept. The creation of a new instance may not conform to the rules On Using Conceptual Modeling for Ontologies 31 described by the axioms. In fact, the creation of an instance leads to one of three cases: 1) the instance fully conforms to all existing assertions; 2) the instance contradicts existing assertions, in which case the user is warned about the contradiction; and 3) the instance neither fully conforms nor contradicts existing assertions, in which case the DL reasoner infers that there is some missing knowledge that, if known, would make the new instance conforming to the axioms.

In addition, Backlawski et. al [14], Falkoych et. al [21] and Kogut et. al [29] described mappings from UML to DAML+OIL constructs while AT&T [22] described a preliminary analysis of mapping UML to OWL Full. 6 Conclusion This paper proposed a framework for constructing a formal CIM ontology based upon previously-identified mappings from UML constructs to RDF/S and OWL constructs. We began by presenting details about the mapping of CIM classes, properties and relationships to RDF/S constructs as well as defined a vocabulary for representing concepts associated with the CIM Schema.

Conceptualization of TUI Fig. 2. Conceptualization of TC On Using Conceptual Modeling for Ontologies 25 TC uses a different conceptualization of his business domain (cf. Fig. 2). For example, geographical information is more fine-grained, as it represents the country, region, and the area within the city where a certain hotel is situated. Room types are split according to a different criterion. The rate structure is also different. To create its portal, INT needs to bridge the semantic differences between the information coming from TUI and from TC.

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